Bradley County GOP Chooses New Officers

Monday, February 4, 2013

The Bradley County Republican Party, at its Bi-Annual Convention on Saturday, elected a new slate of officers for the 2013-1014 term:

Adam Lewis 
Chairman

Jean Clayton 
Vice-Chairwoman

Tamara Stillwell 
Secretary

Nichole Morgan 
Vice-Secretary

Andrew Morgan 
Treasurer

John Stanbery 
Vice-Treasurer 

"We are eager to move the Bradley County Republican Party forward the next two years", said Adam Lewis, newly-elected BCRP chairman.  "We are proud to be one of the most Republican Counties in the state of Tennessee and I personally look forward to continuing the good work of the Republican Party in Bradley County"

Officers elected will serve a two-year term that will carry into next year's busy state and local primary season.

For more information about the Bradley County Republican Party, visit www.bradleycountygop.com, or connect on Facebook and Twitter.


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